• Sat / 13 January 2018 / 13:05
  • Category: Politics
  • News Code: 96102312019
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In an exclusive interview with ISNA;

Iran will not step back from its ballistic policies: Boroujerdi

Iran will not step back from its ballistic policies: Boroujerdi

Tehran (ISNA) – The chairman of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Alaeddin Boroujerdi said that Iran makes decisions based on its national interests, stressing that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not step back from its policies toward ballistic capacity.

In an exclusive interview with ISNA, Boroujerdi reacted to the US President Donald Trump's announcement on Iran's nuclear sanctions waiver and said, “Trump is the most hated president of the American history whose hatred has crossed US geological boundaries and become a global phenomenon”.

“By insulting to the black people, Trump has undoubtedly spread hatred towards himself among blacks,” he added.

On January 11, Trump reportedly demanded to know why the United States should accept immigrants from "shithole countries", after lawmakers raised the issue of protections for immigrants from African nations, Haiti and El Salvador.

Pointing to the issue that Washington is a serious violator of Iran’s nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Boroujerdi said, “While many European countries and the signatories of the nuclear deal have repeatedly protested to the irrational behavior of Trump, he is still considered as a serious violator of JCPOA”.

“However Trump was forced once again to extend Iran's nuclear sanctions waiver despite all the boasts,” he added.

In response to the US president's new sanctions against 14 Iranian corporations and individuals with the excuse of violating human rights and supporting weapons programs, the Iranian official said that this unreasonable measure is clearly a case of violation of  JCPOA because the United States imposed new sanctions.

"Ballistic capability is the only deterrent against enemy threats in the situation that the Islamic Republic of Iran has agreed to have no nuclear weapons and to use no weapons of mass destruction such as chemical and biological weapons because it is totally against the use of weapons of mass destruction, "said Boroujerdi.

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